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2015

THE LATEST COLUMN:
Vol. 26,4 Functional charlatans.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 7 April 2015.
Vol. 26,3 Does ECR increase patient survival rate?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 4 March 2015.
Vol. 26,2 Relaxing times for cardiologists.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 25 February 2015.
Vol. 26,1 Address the backlog issue or you will sink.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 7 January 2015.

2014

Vol. 25,8 What makes an imaging department tick?
Or: How to be loved.

Aunt Minnie Europe. 12 November 2014.
Vol. 25,7 Have you read the best medical paper of the year?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 24 September 2014.
Vol. 25,6 Statistics plain and simple: Is there such a thing?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 30 July 2014.
Vol. 25,5 Claustrophobia, MRI and the human factor.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 2 July 2014.
Vol. 25,4 ISMRM: Indignation in Milan.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 21 May 2014.
Vol. 25,3 Screening mammography: the sequel.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 30 April 2014.
Vol. 25,2 A new paradigm for medical papers?
Or: Why we need less trash and more substantial papers.

Aunt Minnie Europe. 4 March 2014.
Vol. 25,1 Do we really need ethics in radiology?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 5 February 2014.

2013

Vol. 24,9 Personalized EU funding.
Or: What should we make of the personalized medicine bandwagon?

Aunt Minnie Europe. 18 November 2013.
Vol. 24,8 US healthcare: the price of it all.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 2 October 2013.
Vol. 24,7 The copy-and-paste generation: plagiarism's many faces.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 27 July 2013.
Vol. 24,6 Diplomania – or the value of "excellence".
Aunt Minnie Europe. 13 June 2013.
Vol. 24,5 A practical escape to avoid the real topics.
OPr: Why all the sudden fuss about ethics.

Aunt Minnie Europe. 15 May 2013.
Vol. 24,4 Radiology and medicine – research or science?
Or: Is the science really so good at 'scientific' meetings?

Aunt Minnie Europe. 27 March 2013.
Vol. 24,3 What's 'molecular' in molecular imaging?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 1 March 2013.
Vol. 24,2 Nobel prose pageant – Peter Mansfield publishes his autobiography.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 22 January 2013.
Vol. 24,1 Moving to the dark side: Personalized medicine revisited.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 7 January 2013.

2012

Vol. 23,9 Let's get personal.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 26 November 2012.
Vol. 23,8 Total reliance on autopilot is a risk to life.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 22 October 2012.
Vol. 23,7 Generation Y and the future of radiology.
Or: Is Generation Y outsourcing cerebral activities to smartphones?

Aunt Minnie Europe. 10 September 2012.
Vol. 23,6 Europe celebrates the forgotten pioneer of MRI –
Dr. Erik Odeblad.

Aunt Minnie Europe. 19 June 2012.
Vol. 23,5 Can we learn the art of good leadership?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 7 May 2012.
Vol. 23,4 The European Commission strikes again.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 16 April 2012.
Vol. 23,3 A dummy's guide to lecturing.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 3 March 2012.
Vol. 23,2 From ECR 2012: Is there anything new this year?
Or: Austria makes people happy.

Aunt Minnie Europe. 1 March 2012.
Vol. 23,1 Smartphones and tablets – the sequel.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 18 January 2012.
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2011

Vol. 22,12 Are smartphones changing behavior in medical practice?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 3 January 2012.
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Vol. 22,11 Commercial forces can distort reality in imaging.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 14 November 2011.
Vol. 22,10 Let's "scan" the patient.
Or: Is it OK to refer to an MR "scan"?

Aunt Minnie Europe. 24 October 2011.
Vol. 22,9 CAD as CAD can.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 19 September 2011.
Vol. 22,8 Wikipedia: Information you can trust?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 15 August 2011.
Vol. 22,7 The jury's still out on airport body scanners.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 19 July 2011.
Vol. 22,6 Why 'feminization' of radiology is good news for patients.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 20 June 2011.
Vol. 22,5 Everybody suffers from publishers' thirst for quick profits.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 16 May 2011.
Vol. 22,4 Rude awakening: Will radiographers eventually take over?
Aunt Minnie Europe. 19 April 2011.
Vol. 22,3 The Guttenberg snippets.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 23 March 2011.
Vol. 22,2 Handle with care: The radiation debate.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 9 March 2011.
Vol. 22,1 Weltfremd is of no value to your patients.
Aunt Minnie Europe. 2 March 2011.

2010

Vol. 21,3 Critics line up to pour scorn on impact factor.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2010; 26,10: 10-11.
Vol. 21,2 Airport security scanners arouse intense controversy.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2010; 26,3: 13-15.
Vol. 21,1 Thirty years take MRI from the cutting edge to sustainability.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2010; 26,2: 7,8,14.

2009

Vol. 20,3 Recent events at WHO prove that bigger is not always better.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2009; 25, 8: 14,16,39.
Vol. 20,2 From ECR 2009:
"The latest results …"

Diagnostic Imaging Webcasts. 6 March 2009
Vol. 20,1 From ECR 2009:
"Walking down the corridors …"

Diagnostic Imaging Webcasts. 18 March 2009

2008

Vol. 19,3 Radiologists meet with heavy collateral damage.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2008; 24,6: 19-21.
Vol. 19,2 If it moves, radiologists will want to screen it.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2008; 24,5: 12-13, 39.
Vol. 19,1 From ECR 2008:
What did you learn in school today?

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. March 2008.

2007

Vol. 18,2 Quo vadis – where is medical imaging heading?
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2007; 23,11: 19-20.
Vol. 18,1 Pediatric radiology requires wide skill set.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2007; 23,5: 15-17.

2006

Vol. 17,2 MR contrast agents reach 25-year landmark.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2006; 22, 9: 17-19.
Vol. 17,1 From ECR 2006:
Drive for perfection has potential downside.

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2006; 22,5: 15-16.

2005

Vol. 16,3 Radiology must regain initiative in research.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2005; 21, 12: 10-13.
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Vol. 16,2 Functional imaging leads hunt for 'buy' trigger.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2005; 21,8: 25-27.
Vol. 16,1 What has really happened in radiology since 1985?
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2005; 21,4: 17, 20.

2004

Vol. 15,3 Radiology philosophy: Cartesian versus confusion.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2004; 20,10: 17-19.
Vol. 15,2 Are radiologists guilty of killing their patients?
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2004; 20,4: 13-14.
Vol. 15,1 From ECR 2004:
More science and love, less fiction.

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. March 2004.

2003

Vol. 14,2 Researchers must define 'evidence-based'.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2003; 19,11: 21,23,47.
Vol. 14,1 From ECR 2003:
From EPOS without EROS to L5/S1.

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. March 2003.

2002

Vol. 13,4 Expertise and judgment ensure turf war success.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2002; 18,12: 13-14.
Vol. 13,3 New, improved radiology demands better analysis.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2002; 18,10: 11-13.
Vol. 13,2 Screening programs must show clear benefits.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2002; 18,5: 12-14.
Vol. 13,1 Fundamentals benefit image reading.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2002; 18,3: 13-15.

2001

Vol. 12,4 Europe gets entangled in complex language web.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2001; 17,12: 22-23.
Vol. 12,3 Radiology is a service industry.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2001; 17,7: 11-13.
Vol. 12,2 Resist healthcare's black market temptation.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2001; 17,5: 21-23.
Vol. 12,1 Beware of fads, fashions, and market-speak.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2001; 17,3. 19-20.

2000

Vol. 11,4 Radiologists play god at their own risk.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2000; 16,10: 13-14.
Vol. 11,3 Bureaucracy and waste tarnish EU grants.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2000; 16,10: 23-24.
Vol. 11,2 Politics and medicine make an unhealthy mix.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2000; 16,5: 19-20.
Vol. 11,1 Tradenames confuse, bewilder, and amuse.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 2000; 16,3: 27-28.

1999

Vol. 10,4 The front and back of medical journals.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1999; 15,11: 20-21.
Vol. 10,3 Some thoughts on comtemporary ethics in medicine.
Or: Moral high ground sinks to sleazy depths.

Diagnostic Imaging International 1999; 15,9: 17-18.
Appendix:
The Hippocratic Oath; Declaration of Geneva (1948).

Vol. 10,2 Bigger does not always mean better.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1999; 15,5: 23-24.
Vol. 10,1 Quality means back to basics.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1999; 15,3: 23-24.

1998

Vol. 9,2 He who teaches is brave, not incompetent.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1998; 14,9: 21-22.
Vol. 9,1 Perils of being politically correct.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1998; 14,3: 21-22.

1997

Vol. 8,4 Facts and figures – fiction and frustrations.
Or: Statistics lead to frustration, falsehoods.

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1997; 13,8: 17-18.
Vol. 8,3 From ECR 1997:
The European Congress of Radiology –
a European success story.

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1997; 13,7: 17-18.
Vol. 8,2 Time to think again about computers.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1997; 13,5: 23-24.
Vol. 8,1 When acronyms cause confusion.
Or: Alphabet Soup [with comments from Hamlet].

Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1997; 13,3: 19-21.

1996

Vol. 7,4 Surviving life on the congress treadmill.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1996; 12,8: 15-19.
Vol. 7,3 The end of abundant times for radiologists?
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1996; 12,6: 19-20.
Vol. 7,2 Helping means more than a hand-out – radiology in developing countries.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1996; 12,4: 17-18.
Vol. 7,1 Radiology and epidemics, new and old.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1996; 12,2: 15-16.

1995

Vol. 6,3 Drawbacks of the information autobahn.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe 1995; 11,8: 16, 49.
Vol. 6,2 News from the ultrasound front: avoiding abuse and overuse of ultrasound.
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1995; 11,4: 15-16.
Vol. 6,1 Do we need so many gadolinium chelates?
Diagnostic Imaging Europe. 1995; 11,3: 15,54.

1994

Vol. 5,4 Do radiologists have a future?
Diagnostic Imaging International 1994; 10,6: 19-20.
Vol. 5,3 Publish and you might perish anyway.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1994; 10,4: 9-10.
Vol. 5,2 Medical ethics and the military.
Diagnostic Imaging International. 1994; 10,2: 19-20.
Vol. 5,1 Playing with numbers in the health care game.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1994; 10,1: 7,55.

1993

Vol. 4,3 Why cutting costs is so hard in Europe.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1993; 9,7: 5,54.
Vol. 4,2 Better training leads to less costly health system.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1993; 9,5: 5,44.
Vol. 4,1 MR imaging: reimbursement and costs – a European potpourri.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1993; 9,1: 5,51.

1992

Vol. 3,4 How to purchase an MR machine.
Diagnostic Imaging International 1992; 8,6: 5-8.
Vol. 3,3 What is behind high costs in medical care?
Diagnostic Imaging International 1992; 8,5: 7,53.
Vol. 3,2 Beyond the basics: is knowledge power?
Diagnostic Imaging International 1992; 8,3: 7,48,50
Vol. 3,1 What is normal?
Hospimedica. 1992; 10,1: 20-22.

1991

Vol. 2,3 The slow life of clinical spectroscopy.
Hospimedica 1991; 9,9: 16-18.
Vol. 2,2 The field-strength war.
Hospimedica 1991; 9,4: 16-18.
Vol. 2,1 Relaxation times blues.
Hospimedica. 1991; 9,3: 16-20.

1990

Vol. 1,1 Magnetic resonance imaging: How it all began.
Book chapter, in: Rinck PA: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Berlin: ABW 2003 (latest book version)

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